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Parents Guide for
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No instances of sex, but there are several instances of nudity scattered throughout the movie. What is shown is a man's bare butt, a woman's butt (slightly covered by a g string) and bare breasts, and 2 scenes where just breasts can be seen.

In one scene a woman is sitting in a room with a man, she is completely naked with a large format beer bottle between her legs covering her genitals, breasts are clearly visible. When she lifts the bottle the camera cuts to her face and then back to a full body shot as she sets the bottle back down.

Two women are shown in a dance club naked from the waste up with pasties over their nipples.

Lots and lots of graphic violence. There are multiple head shots (with blood splatter and spurt) as well as shots to the neck, arms and chest (blood spills from the wounds).

A man's head is completely blown off by a shotgun blast, but this is off-screen; It's just told to the audience what happened to him. Supposed to be comedic.

A woman is shot the throat/upper chest. She is shown lying there still alive in a closeup with blood seeping out.

A man has his finger shot off, bloody hand shown.

Several scenes where people are shot off camera and blood splatter is shown on the people around them.

In one scene a man's hand is nailed to the table, some blood is shown. He is given a cleaver and ... well, no spoilers here.

As in most movies like this, there is a fair amount of cussing and yelling throughout the movie, This includes at least f@#k 42 times and shit 15 times. A few times there are multiple uses in a single sentence - in one particular scene that comes to mind F was used 4 times by one character in one sentence.

A large part of the storyline revolves around an enormous amount of cocaine being stolen, and the term "powder" is uttered multiple times. 2 men cause several people to pass out by filling a room with large amounts of sleeping gas.

There is drinking throughout the movie - spirits (whiskey), cocktails, wine, beer.

Characters smoke cigars and cigarettes in several scenes.

While there is a lot of violence, there are only a few intense scenes. There are a few slow motion shooting scenes that are done well and can get intense for some.

In another scene a man is burned alive - the camera shows the man on a table as the camera pans up to a man lighting a match and tossing it forward. Flames shoot up, but the man is not actually shown burning.


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Rated R for violence, language and some nudity

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